Landsman Announces Opening of Community Project Funding Process


LEBANON, OH -- Each year, members of Congress can submit up to 15 local, community-led projects to the House Appropriations Committee for consideration to receive specialized federal funding through the appropriations bills that Congress passes annually to fund the federal government. The Community Project Funding process allows members of Congress to work closely with community partners – including local and state governmental entities and certain non-profit entities – to identify projects of regional importance and deploy significant federal funding that will benefit the community as a whole.

Congressman Landsman will receive Community Project Funding applications and then select 15 projects to submit to the House Appropriations Committee to be considered. While the 15 projects Congressman Landsman submits to the House Appropriations Committee are not guaranteed to receive Community Project Funding, he will work with community partners in a transparent and bipartisan manner to submit projects that have the greatest likelihood of being approved by the House Appropriations Committee for Community Project Funding.

During the last Fiscal Year 2024 Community Project Funding process, Congressman Landsman secured more than $15 million for 15 Southwest Ohio projects. 

Projects eligible for Community Project Funding include, but are not limited to:

  • Community and economic development projects
  • Infrastructure projects such as roads, transit, and water systems
  • Public safety projects

“The Community Project Funding process is a district game-changer for our community leaders who receive funding to work on important projects for their communities. It’s our job to help them through this process and last year, we brought home $15 million for 15 incredible initiatives. We’re working this year to bring even more of your tax dollars home to better the lives of children and families in Southwest Ohio,” Landsman noted. 

All information on the Fiscal Year 2025 Community Project Funding process can be found at

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